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118 articles related to financial regulation
By N B | Editor | 11/09/12
With the increase in public spending in Western countries, sovereign debt has become a central concern for the markets. Societe Generale's exposure to debt in the more fragile eurozone countries - Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain - is however very limited.
By Sylvie Guillaudeau | Historical archives officer | 26/07/12
Second part of our summer series on the Group's architecture. Towards the end of the 19th century, Societe Generale opened its first overseas site in the British capital, at the heart of the world's largest financial centre at the time: the City.
By F. B. | Writer/Editor | 16/11/10
Numerous commentators saw the G-20 summit in Seoul as failure, because of the lack of an agreement on the main macro-economic issues. Most of the measures in the financial regulation section still need to be clarified.
By Laure de BATZ | RISQ/ECO | 16/05/12
The political-military crisis that followed presidential elections in November 2011 was the low point in a decade of ethnic strife pitting North against South, which included a civil war between 2002 and 2003.
By Olivier Garnier | Group Chief Economist | 17/09/12
Eurobonds are either presented as the miracle solution to the euro crisis or as a treacherous, even counter-productive utopia. In order to distance ourselves from this overly simplistic debate, we need to answer two practical and interrelated questions. First, what problems are eurobonds able to ...
By Yanina Vetcherkovskaya | Editor | 21/11/12
In the aftermath of the Second World War, French banks extended their markets via the opening of subsidiaries in Sub-Saharan Africa with a view to creating links with the new middle classes. This is how, on 26 November 1962, two years after Senegal proclaimed its independence, Société Générale d ...